Banish Your Tax Fears: Free Business Tax Classes & Tax Help

Are you starting or running a business? Do you find tax-related issues intimidating? Have no fear, the experts at the Colorado Department of Revenue’s Taxation Division have you covered. They offer free classes specially designed for business owners and tax professionals. The classes cover a variety of subjects including sales tax, special event tax, consumer use tax, wage withholding, licensing and filing tax returns.

The classes are offered monthly in the Taxpayer Service Centers located in Fort Collins, Denver, Colorado Springs, Grand Junction, and Pueblo. You must go online and register for these free classes, which you can do by going here. If you aren’t able to attend these sessions in person you can even watch a recorded class online, again for free. There are even presentation slides you can download to view at your leisure.

Still have tax questions? The fastest way to get your tax questions answered is to pick up the phone and call 303-238-7378. You can also write an email your general tax questions to DOR_TaxpayerService@state.co.us, though it can take up to 4 days for you to get a response.

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